The London Museum, established in 1912, had wider interests and collected modern objects, paintings, and costumes. Following the Second World War the museums amalgamated to form the Museum of London. Doors to their current site opened in 1976. They have become a centre of social and urban history, and continue to maintain our archaeological interests. They unveiled a second site in 2003, the Museum of London Docklands, housed in a Grade I listed warehouse at Canary Wharf, not far from the River Thames.
A fun walk exploring the Great Fire of London!
Join us in the great outdoors on a fun, socially-distanced family walk exploring The Great Fire of 1666. Was the baker of Pudding Lane to blame? What did Samuel Pepys bury in his garden? Find out on our 45 minute interactive walk exploring how the Great Fire started, spread and was finally stopped. All attendees will need to adhere to social distancing while on the walk. Face coverings are not mandatory but the Host will be wearing a face covering.
Museum of London, until 4th September 2021.